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    'Night' Moves

    Daniel Beaty's current solo show, "Through the Night," now playing Off-Broadway at the Union Square Theatre, is at once political and deeply moving.

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    Video: Indie Roundtable Interviews

    Actresses Catherine Keener and Melissa Leo along with visionary director Werner Herzog reveal what happens behind the scenes of their popular movies in Backstage's Indie Roundtable. 

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    Larry Moss and Jason Alexander

    Jason Alexander's wife, Daena E. Title, first introduced him to acting teacher Larry Moss, who told the budding actor, "You are very, very good. And I could make you much better."

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    Sam Weisman and Zuzanna Szadkowski

    Zuzanna Szadkowski had always imagined a certain career path for herself: character parts, lots of theater, very little television. All that changed when Szadkowski met teacher-director Sam Weisman.

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    Howard Fine and Carla Gugino

    Fans often express amazement at Carla Gugino's ability to capture such a wide range of personas, but Gugino credits her longtime acting teacher, Howard Fine, with giving her the tools to do so.

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    Batt on a Hot Tin Roof

    Bryan Batt once played Salvatore Romano on AMC's Emmy-winning "Mad Men," now he's focusing on book projects and his cabaret act, "Batt on a Hot Tin Roof."

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    A Different Kind of Entourage

    Adrian Grenier's well-received documentary "Teenage Paparazzo" premiered this year at the Sundance Film Festival.

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    Soldiers Play

    David St. Louis and Tongayi Chirisa from "Ruined" spoke with Back Stage about winning their roles, fleshing them out, and taking them on the road.

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    First & Hope

    Despite having worked as an actor for more than 30 years, Brooke Shields has never been given the chance at an opening night in a musical. All that changes  when "Leap of Faith" premieres next week.

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    Amanda for All Seasons

    Judith Ivey is the deeply respected actor who has won Tonys and earned vast screen credits, but as Ivey tells it, Amanda, the iconic mother in "The Glass Menagerie," may be the role of her lifetime.